Mail service suspended Wednesday for National Day of Mourning

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The United States Postal Service announced they will suspend regular mail delivery and retail service on Wednesday, December 5 as the nation remembers George H.W. Bush.

President Donald Trump has declared December 5 as a National Day of Mourning. To honor the life and legacy of President Bush, the Postal Service will observe the National Day of Mourning:

  • All post office locations will be closed.
  • Regular mail will not be delivered.
  • Package delivery will be limited

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